Drug Crimes Archives

Man arrested for drug crimes in Wisconsin also wanted for murder

Wisconsin police often run background checks on people before arresting them. Doing so often leads to information regarding warrants for arrest, sometimes in the same state, other times elsewhere. This is what reportedly happened during a recent drug crimes arrest, where several people were taken into custody, one of whom is suspected of murder in another state.  

Possible outcomes for marijuana possession cases in Wisconsin

The public debate over marijuana possession shows that many people across the country have relaxed their views concerning recreational marijuana. Some states have legalized marijuana for recreational purposes. Wisconsin lawmakers have not directly legalized pot for recreational use, but, the issue is slated for the ballot in November for Milwaukee County.

Police chief says he is cracking down on drug crimes in Wisconsin

Law enforcement officers are busier on some days than others. For a group of officials in Wisconsin, a recent Monday was especially busy, as officers in Milwaukee executed approximately 20 search warrants and 25 arrest warrants. The situation resulted in at least 17 people being arrested on suspicion of drug crimes.  

What search and seizure rights have to do with drug crimes

In Wisconsin and all other states, a person accused of a crime is guaranteed the right to an attorney and the right to present a criminal defense. Facing charges for drug crimes is no small matter, as prosecutors are often quite aggressive in their efforts to secure convictions. If a defendant clearly understands his or her personal rights regarding search and seizure, the chances of staying out of jail may be increased.  

Facing drug crimes charges related to prescription drugs?

Just because Wisconsin prosecutors charge someone with a crime does not necessarily mean that person is destined to spend time in prison. Not all drug crimes charges lead to convictions. In fact, many cases, including  some involving charges related to prescription drugs, never even make it to trial. 

Day begins with accusations of drug crimes in Wisconsin

Police were inside the home of two people in Wisconsin on a recent Sunday morning. Sundays are often associated with rest and relaxation, church services and other family traditions. However, this particular Sunday was anything but enjoyable for the couple in question, who are now facing charges regarding suspected drug crimes. One can only imagine the sudden shock of unexpectedly finding police officers bursting into one's home.

Narcotics officers search Wisconsin home, suspect drug crimes

A sheriff's department in Wisconsin recently got a call requesting police assistance at a particular residence. Authorities say they were told some type of altercation was occurring that may have something to do with illegal drug activities. The department dispatched a patrol car to the scene, which ultimately led authorities to suspect that drug crimes were being committed.  

Decongestant purchases in Wisconsin led to arrest for drug crimes

Wisconsin residents should know that they may risk being arrested if they purchase specific types amount of over-the-counter decongestant medications within a certain period of time. Two people, a man and a woman, are now facing charges for suspected drug crimes because of this. Their situation involves purchasing products containing pseudoephedrine in an amount more than 7.5 grams within 30 days.  

Wisconsin police say kids were present when drug crimes occurred

When staying at a Wisconsin hotel or similar lodging in another state, guests must adhere to all safety regulations associated with the establishment. Sometimes, police are called to an inn or hotel, and sometimes they just decide to show up if they've received information they believe might lead them to make an arrest. The latter is what happened at a hotel in Sparta on a recent Tuesday where police say several drug crimes were committed.

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